knative-build-tutorials - A set of tutorials for Knative Build

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Knative Build is an open-source project that provides an implementation of the Build CRD that runs Builds on-cluster. It's not a complete standalone product that could be used for CI/CD. Think of it as a building block to facilitate the expression of Builds as part of larger systems.

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